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How to Ensure Your Home Sale Doesn’t Fall Through

There are plenty of guides out there about maximizing your house price before you put it on the market, but achieving a higher sale price only makes it that much more frustrating when the sale falls through. Three in every ten property purchases end up collapsing after an offer has been agreed. Not only is...

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5 Tips On Running A Buy-To-Rent Business

Image source Everyone has dreamt of being able to do it. For many, it is part of their retirement plan; buying a property or two, renting them out for a sum that will cover both the mortgage and running costs, all while you sit back and watch the price of your property inflate. What better...

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Helpful Tips for an Affordable Move

Moving house doesn’t have to be something that you take on alone. In fact, there is plenty of support out there for people who want to get it right. You just need to be prepared and know what the right help and support can do for you. It can make the task of moving from...

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Looking for a new tenant? Here’s what to do

Leaving your rental property empty for a long period of time can be very expensive for the landlord. So, when your current tenant moves out, make sure you can fill their place as soon as possible. Although the buy-to-rent market seems to be growing rapidly, it seems there are some areas where it is still...

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Risky Territory: Protect Yourself from Risky Tenants with This Guide!

A real estate investor needs to protect their investment. Okay, so that goes for pretty much any type of investor. But property is a lot different from the more abstract kinds of investments. This is a big, expensive, tangible investment that can be physically harmed. And it’s something that you’re going to want to let...

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Is Buying Your First Home Really A Good Investment?

Buying your first home will always be the biggest financial commitment you make. It takes months of searching for the perfect property, followed by weeks of form filling to get the mortgage in place. Every area of your financial life will be scrutinized, and you still may not get offered an affordable rate. It’s stressful,...

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Buying Your First Home: Why Your Job Matters

Buying Your First Home: Why Your Job Matters

There’s a lot to grasp when you’re anticipating the purchase of your first home. And, in no time, you’ll surely find that it’s a lot harder than you might have hoped. Stumbling blocks will be placed in your way, and you’ll need to navigate them successfully. We could do an entire article on the potential...